I’m deeply involved in blockchain and crypto these days (see my ongoing projects here). On this page, I share a list of resources to learn about crypto, web3, blockchains, and cryptocurrency. This list is useful for all kinds of users, from newbies that have never used crypto before, to veterans that are deep in the crypto space.
This is a good starting point (original source: NEAR Protocol education)
- [ 2.5 hrs] The Ultimate macro framework
- [ 30 mins ] Jef Sekinger Teaches Traditional Finance Why Blockchain and Crypto will change investments
- [ 90 mins ] THIS Is the Issue With the Legacy Financial System & How BITCOIN Fixes All of It | Saifedean Ammous
- [ 25 mins ] How Unreal Investing finds his sources – some great tips there
- [ 40 mins ] Peer-to-Peer Money in a Historical Context
- [ 80 mins ] Could anything kill crypto?
- [ 60 mins ] Bitcoin and the coming Infrastructure Inversion
- [ 35 mins ] Money as a Content-Type and the Grand Arc of Technology
- [ 50 mins ] Applications: Today & 2025
- [4 hrs ] NEAR Blockchain Concepts
- [ 4.5 hrs ] Token Economics Series
- [ 10+ hrs] a16z Crypto Startup School
- [ 60 mins ] Bitcoin’s Pre-History and the Cypherpunks
- [ 90 mins ] The History of Bitcoin
- [ 90 mins ] Altcoins, A History of Failure
I’m doing a lot of consulting lately with DAOs. I’m a core member of BlockBusterDAO and past core member of RocketBUSD. Below are some good starting points to learn about DAOs.
- Gnosis Safe – Multisig wallets commonly used to manage community treasuries.
- Snapshot – Off-chain voting platform for easy token-based governance.
- Discourse – Forum commonly used to discuss governance proposals.
- CollabLand – Bots providing token-gated access and tipping to community chat groups.
- Coordinape – Coordination game to determine which contributors(s) deserve token rewards.
- Parcel – Treasury management to easily track and send payments.
- SourceCred – Instance to track community participation and reward active members.
- Mirror – Finance creative projects through tokenized crowdfunds.
- Tally – Governance dashboard to track on-chain voting history across different protocols.
- Boardroom – Governance hub for tokenholder management to empower key decision making.
- Sybil – Create and track on-chain governance delegation.
- RabbitHole – Reward tokens for completing specific on-chain tasks.
- *Clarity* – Plan projects, track tasks, and stay organized with a single collaborative workspace that combines freeform documents with structured project management.
- Orca – Small working groups to build governance around people based on their expertise, not just their wallet.
- Coinvise – creating and managing tokens, air drops, etc.
NFTs are so new. I’m compiling links here for you to learn.
Links to various trading and monitoring tools